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with a look at roads. >>> still dealing with the big sinkhole in east baltimore. monument street still portions of that shut down. not far from patterson park. >> down in that neighborhood. right now you're saying chilly start take the coat. >> exactly and we're still officially in summer. we have frost advisories in western maryland we're looking at garrett county. it is chilly this morning. temperatures are in the 40s and a lot of spots. so take the jacket as you head out the door. i'd say a coat. i'm cold. exactly. let's look at these temperatures in bladensburg. 55 degrees there. and 43 degrees in west friendship this morning and look at the 100%. that means the dew point, the temperature are the exact same. actually a little bit of patchy fog in howard county this morning and also frederick county. out and about be prepared for that take it easy on the roadways. maryland's most powerful radar is dry right now. and it's going to stay is that way through the day. we're going to get lots of sunshine in here. it's going to be a fantastic day. as we look at the hour by hour forecast fo
in baltimore city, an accident on the east side, hamilton, bel air road. traveling baltimore, a crash in white marsh, pulaski highway. for those of you headed out to the northeast corridor of 95. white marsh, route 43. traffic moving along. the roads will be slick. a look at 695, parkville, traffic picking up, no delays traveling towards tow son. >>> how far would you go to get the prized parking spot? an edgewood woman went too far in a parking rage accident that what happened in white marsh. linda so is live now. >> reporter: the woman got upset over a parking spot and took matters in to her hands and ended up in jail and faces charges of first and second degree assault and bail set at $1 million, brandy aims of har park caught got in fight with a woman over a parking spot outside the staples store friday night. aims got back in to her car, hit the woman, and pinned her against another car. that's not all. an inno accident bystander a became he second target. when aims saw the person tripe to get a tag number and take pictures, she drove in to the victim and hit her as well. shoppers can't
with lauren cook. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. if you are in baltimore county and heading out to 759, no concerns. it's nice and clear -- 795, no concerns. it's nice and clear. heading out to the beltway, a live look at the west sideat old court road. traffic is starting to pick up. you are looking at 12-minute ride on the outer loop from 795 down towards 95. there are no delays heading on that inner loop up towards pikesville. now the beltway will be remain nice and clear from parkville up to towson. 11 minutes on the outer loop from 95 up to 8 3. and no concerns out on the jfx heading into the city. it's going to take you 11 minutes no delays from the beltway all the way downtown to fayette street. now over to you. >>> 5:32. 11 years ago today our livewere changed forever and today we will take a moment to honor those who lost their lives on september 11th. abc2 news linda so is live downtown and you can tell us about a special memorial happening where you are standing today. what's this all about. >> reporter: we are here at the 9/11 memorial at baltimore's world trade cent
. baltimore on the top five list. >>> and also ahead the morning, black and orange. lately easy to spot. a lot of fans have been showing off the o's' pride. where do the birds tall on the list -- fall on the list when it comes the raking in the cash? when it comes to making money after the merchandise. >> how about that game last night. >> amazing. >> the 15th game they've wondered in extra innings. >> i always wondered you know after 18 innings. >> i couldn't believe the game was still on at 3:00, 3:30 in the morning. >> we look for interesting when we come -- more interesting when we come in that early. again the weather was so nice yesterday. >> it was. it was really lovely yesterday. and i'm going to do you one better and do it again. >> i like it. >> woo-hoo. go lynette. >> outside right now in bel air mainly clear skies. you can see a few high clouds in the back there. you see those wispy looking clouds? these are your cirrus clouds and those will be moving in throughout the day but it's going to be a beautiful day on tap. you have to get out there and enjoy it. but before you do, before
the weekend is here and you probably have a lot of plans, the baltimore book festival, for example. what is it going to be like, lynette? >> it's going to be 50/50. not a bad weekend. today we have some rain showers this morning. maryland's most powerful radar is picking up on that, so be prepared for the wet weather. make sure you do have that rain gear this morning. but we've gotten kind of used to it over the past few days. this is our third day of the wet weather in the morning time. we can see it around baltimore right now, i know charley is getting wet, elkridge, all moderate around that area, this is sliding off towards the east. and then we have another batch of heavier rain around hillsmere shore, also mayo, shadyside, deal, so anne arundel county, you're getting in on the heavier rain this morning. we're also dealing with mild temperatures once again. let's get a check now of the abc 2 time saver traffic with lauren cook. good morning. >>reporter: good morning, lynette. well, an accident has just been cleared on 95. it was along the southbound lanes at route 1 nay. as we check
. bring a jacket as you head off to work. we have trouble in northeast baltimore, a crash on york at belvedere. if you are using the jfx, no delays from 695, all the way downtown to east fayette. that stretch, normal ride, 11 minutes. a live look at the topside, towson, delaney, nothing to get in you way from bel air up to 83. traffic is starting to pick up on the west side. here is a live picture at wilkins avenue, inner and outer loop picking up from 795, towards 95. that's a look at time saver traffic. >>> maybe fall but the threat of west nile virus is not over. linda so is here with the latest. what is happening to protect people, communities affected by this? >> another round of spraying for mosquitos, this time in arundel county. a case of west nile was detected there. the spray willing happen at 7:30, crews will spray october first, the same thing happening in baltimore, spraying for mosquitos in parts of pikesville at 7:30 tonight, again on october 1st. you should stay inside for 30 minutes until after the spraying happens. linda so, abc2 news. >>> parents we have importa
by the way. i was a yankees fan -- now that i'm in baltimore. i know i'm wearing a lot of orange and i don't buy orange and this is a different thing for me. >> it's exciting. >> very exciting. >> we haven't felt this in a while and a lot of people heading down there want to know what they're in store for. >> a good time tonight. but we're going to be dealing with mainly dry weather and don't worry about it. very humid once again this morning that will continue as we duothroughout the day. gush go throughout the day. on maryland's most powerful radar as of now, we have a lone shower now as we step over across the eastern shore. but also if your travels are taking you into virginia this morning we're dealing with a light shower around reston, sterling, ashburn and also oakton but again the you are going to be along the eastern shore watch out for some patchy fog this morning and we have some heavier rain just to the north of federalsburg right now. this is starting to slide off towards the east. heading over into delaware and that's the scenario in terms of the wet weather. as we look at te
? >>> all right, finally baltimore's baseball town once again tonight the orioles will unveil the fifth in its living legend series and they are monoing the ironman. -- honoring the ironman. charlie back down there live at camden yards with the story and charlie important date in history. >> reporter: a wonderful date in history. 17 years ago today megan cal ripken jr. became baseball's ironman at 2130 games consecutive games played without taking a day off. imagine doing your job that day. going to work for over 2,000 days in a row and never calling in sick. but cal ripken he did it. and in 1995 he became the all time leader at 2131. tonight the o's are going to honor the ironman by unveiling the statue in the living legend park. cal is fifth. so cal is going to take his place among them. some things you need to know for the game tonight. gates are going to open at 5:00 and the ceremony around 5:15. then on the field ceremony at 6:20 tonight just before first pitch against the yankees. we talked to monica about this today. the game tonight is a sellout. a lot of people coming out to th
in northeast baltimore. i'll let you know how that will affect your commute coming up. >>> in the meantime, that weather yesterday was nasty. >> it was nasty. and we have lots of storm reports, lots of wind damage, wind gusts out there. and also still dealing with some flooding on some small streams and creeks as we go into carroll county and also fredrick county. let's start with some storm reports this morning. you can see all the blue dots. those indicate the wind damage that we saw yesterday, and this is what's going on right now with the yellow dot in howard county. well, that is wind -- the wind gust, rather, is what we're going to be dealing with there. so we can see basically that all day long it was a rough type of day in the afternoon time frame as well. we can see what's going on in terms of some wind damage around westminster, that was yesterday. it happened at 3:25. and for today we are going to begin to clean things up. it's going to be much better outside. but we're still talking about the flood warning that's in effect until, actually, 11:45, it was extended. you can see it
of the day. in northwest baltimore on park heights at drew it's park drive. traveling on west side, expect heavy days. traffic is really picked up here at liberty road. outer loop just crawling right now and it's going to take you 11 minutes to travel from 795 down toward interstate 70. the inner loop going to be pretty sluggish heading up towards 83. and looking live at 95 at 395, no delays heading through the fort mchenry tunnel. harbor tunnel going to be nice and clear and using the jfx, no problems and the harrisburg expressway in great condition from the maryland pennsylvania state line down to the beltway. that takes you 22 minutes altogether. megan over to you. >>> 6:32. you are looking live from new york city as the sun starts torise. 11 years ago today our lives were changed forever and today we are going to take a moment to honor those who lost their lives on september 11th. linda so is live downtown this morning and you are going a tell us about the special memorial a lot of people don't know about this because what makes it eu meek is you see it once a year. >> reporter: we are
to a baltimore county school. officials this morning saying they are going to make changes. so what is the plan? how good is your kid college? there is a new report out ranking the best of the best. we will see if area schools are on the list this morning. those stories are straight ahead. it's wednesday morning, the middle of the week. thanks for joining us. you probably noticed charley is not here. he is not on vacation. vacation is over and the baby is coming. you are about to drink a lot of could have -- you are about to drink a lot of coffee my friend. we will get the latest from the hospital as they await the rival of their first child a baby girl and, of course, they will remember the day forever. and one of the things they will remember is the weather. >> i will wonder if charley will be as cool as he tries to come across with the baby thing. >> are you kidding? et mush. >> he will be a great -- he will mush. >> he will be a great dad. >> fabulous weather to bring the child home from the hospital. a little cool this morning. but going throughout the day, fabulous. get out and enjoy. let
to this story and it has a baltimore tie. >>reporter: the o's plan to wrap up their home series on the improbable 2012 major league season. >> so charley crowson out live this morning. he's been out there all morning long, sometimes with an umbrella, sometimes not. so lynette charles will let you know if you need yours today and, lauren cook, you said the rain has definitely been an issue on the roads. >>reporter: the rain and the fog, it's leading to a lot of reduced visibility. slow down and please be extra careful. hopefully it'll clear up soon. >> what's going on this weekend with the buckle up rallies and the baltimore orioles game, the book festival. >> rub it in, megan. let me show you what's going on right now. maryland's most powerful radar still picking up on some showers, but we are beginning to dry out back across the western shore and even points further to the west, so that's going to be the trend for a while. and then we'll begin to see more rain possibly moving into the picture. so chestertown right now, rock hall, centreville getting in on the heavier rainfall
. problems per sift in baltimore county where -- persist in baltimore county on paper mill road at cooper road. traveling on 73 -- 83 as we look live in hunt valley, notice everything is up to speed at shawan road and will remain nice and clear traveling down to 695 and get on the jfx heading into city. traffic is starting to pick up on 695. looking live here in overl-ea at bel air road. expect a little congest jest towards towson. now over to you.>>> a rash of burglaries have some in a community changing their reteens. 15 burglaries in three weeks. police are frustrated and neighbors are concerned. sherrie johnson has more and do police have a suspect in this. >> reporter: so far nothing yet but they think it's someone familiar with the area with 15 burglaries in three weeks folks in the boulevard park neighborhood are on the lookout. the community is off mountain road. people say aid quiet and crime free area until now. now some of them didn't lock their doors over the last few weeks things are changeed. police believe the same person committed the burglaries. officers say it's someone
a live look at the beltway, that's the main trouble spot here in baltimore, nothing out of the ordinary. this is parkville at hartford road, no problems on the inner loop getting down towards 95. the outer loop is nice and clear all the way up to york road. back to you. >>> 6:46 right now. michelle obama will be in baltimore this afternoon attending a fund raising event at morgan state university. it starts at 3:00 and will take place at the murphy fine arts center. ticket prices rain from $250 to $1,000. students only have to pay $25. next week she'll join her husband on the view. the president and first lady again are going to be joining the hosts on the couch on tuesday, the couple's first joint appearance for that show. mitt romney is scheduled to appear next month. the taped interview is part of the red white and view campaign, focusing on political issues. >>> the reverend al sharpton is in washington, d.c. to support same-sex marriage in maryland. he's having a news conference at the national press club. also attending, a minister of about an 8,000 member church in prince georges
: the group is targeting african american communities andn baltimore city and baltimore county and prince george's county. we are live in federal hill, linda so, abc2 news. >>> the court could announce whether it will take up same sex marriages in two cases one involving a new york woman who sued saying federal law unfairly treats same sex couples for who are lawfully married in their state. she says she paid taxes on her wife's estate because at the time new york state didn't recognize their out of state marriage. a california case centers on the state voter approved same sex marriage. -- voter approved same sex marriage. >>> we have information an peanut butter recall that expanded raising more concerns for families. and sherrie johnson has details on what other products this also applies to. sherrie. >> reporter: well, we have learned the large-scale recall for trader joe's brand valencia peanut butter applies to nut butter sold under 14 brand names at stores around the country. this includes almond butter and peanut but the ebb with flax cede -- butter with flax seed sold in target st
to a baltimore police officer. >>> his family needs help and the community is coming through. we will tell you how to help the perry hall student shot on the first day of school. those stories straight ahead. it's friday morning thanks for joining us i am megan pringle. >> i am charley crowson. lynette is here with a check of the forecast and mike has a check of the traffic. purple friday a orange friday. take your pick or mix and match. >> you look good over there lynette. >> i couldn't decide. >> you have the orange cones and you are doing traffic today. >> reporter: it works. good team. >> traffic in one moment. a lot of people want to keep their eye to the sky because a lot is going on. >> a lot is going on. and you will be happy with today as you head out and about. we can see a shot in bel air this morning and it's the way it will stay throughout the day. so we will be getting a sun- cloud mix. rain should hold off until saturday afternoon saturday evening. and i am going to talk more about that coming up. but look at what we have in terms of temperatures this morning in bel air. coming
baltimore county public school administrators are set to share ideas with top school officials about building a safety security plan in a mandatory meeting. the superintendent said it wants to beef up security and safety in the schools. this comes after two gun incidents at baltimore county school since the first day of class. in one incident, a student was shot in perryville high school. and on tuesday, a student showed up with a handgun where police said that he threatened a teacher owner students. today the leaders will lay out a safety plan and they will help the teachers and the students to understand their role in the plan. to be aware of your surroundings. if you see something, say something. and they'll have an updated support systemtor staff and students -- system for staff and students and that includes an anonymous tip line. they hope to hire a security director. and the superintendent will have a little video on the county school's website talking about the security and safety plan. reporting live in towson, sherrie johnson, "abc 2 news." >>> students and staff at prince
beginning tonight in baltimore. >>> a 4-year-old boy and his mother shot domestic fight. we're going to bring the latest on what police say happened. >>> and one maryland county looking to put one language above all others. residents have a chance to voice their opinion on thursday september 27th. i'm charley crowson. >> and i'm megan pringle thanks so much for joining us, whether you're going to the ravens game or going to the bus stop, we have to know what the weather is like. >> i've been talking about bill, bill did a good job. we'll talk more about him later. let's get the people out and about this morning. don't forget the rain gear. you can see maryland's most powerful radar is active this morning. we're seeing lightning out there and it's heading toward port deposit. heavy rainfall coming along i- i-95. be prepared for that. also aberdeen. all sliding off toward east toward elkton. and we're dealing with heavier rain around perry hall and white marsh dealing with lighter rain. carney dealing with light rain and hampton, towson, got the bulk of the rain and then things will be
caused the chaos that started at the theater. police responded to the scene to help baltimore county police. >> staggering around up and down the street and staring and making ridiculous noises to the cops. >> reporter: six people were arrested and charged with second degree assault, two with disorderly conduct and one with drug possession. sherrie johnson, abc2 news. >>> a fire at warehouse in dundalk created a dangerous situation for firefighters. they were on the scene of the former see grams building. a fire in 2010 made the building structurally unsound and caused the walls and floors to crumble. the fire was put out around 9:30 last nite. >>> two teens lost lives in their car that crashed. a plea hearing is set for the driver. in november of last year, police say dale audit was driving along lawyers hill road and lost control of his car and hit a tree. five people were all in the car, two of the teens died, three others including audit were injured. >>> mitt romney heads to battleground states ready to talk specifics about fixing the economy and helping the middle class. presid
of issues well north of baltimore city. we'll start you at emmerton road right at singer road. we do have an accident ongoing and that has tied speeds between 94, to around 35 to 40 miles an hour. so we are starting to see some delays. we do have ambulances, fire department, police activity right along perryman road out at old philadelphia road. we did have an earlier accident still ongoing. and congestion really starting to pick up on 695 at edmondson avenue. you'll notice the speeds tied down between 30 to 40 miles an hour. outside we go for a live shot and we'll show you some of our traffic cameras, 695 at liberty road, starting to see some volume on the outer loop. we have another shot for you the further north section of the beltway, 695 at harford road, starting to see some volume. things are looking pretty normal at this hour. the outer loop from 695 to 83 an 11-minute ride. >>> news time right now 6:31. parents want to know that when their kids, they head to school, they're going to be safe. and right now that is really hard for a lot of parents after a shooting at perry hall high
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being shot by a baltimore county police officer. police say that the officer attempted to question the driver about a stolen vehicle yesterday morning. but the man took off. nearly hitting that officer. well, that's when the officer shot at him. police have found that suspect who they say he was in lying in a parking lot at catonsville high school. that officer right now is on administrative leave. >>> all right, you don't have them in your wallet i'm guessing but we are talking about the penny and one vermont sports store no longer accepting them. the owner says customers they don't seem to mind. he says it's not going to change the way the merchandise is bought or paid for. >> it doesn't matter to them really. check transactions, credit card transactions, nothing is changed. they still to pay to the cent and on cash transactions they are frequently getting a few extra cents back and they save a few cents. >> i don't want the pennies anyway really. they just kind of jingle in my pocket or end up on the couch or the rug and i have to pick them up when i vacuum. >> still money thoug
to d.c. or traveling up to 95. here's what it looks like in downtown baltimore right at 395. you'll notice not too many cars out there just yet. everything will remain up to speed through that fort mchenry tunnel as well as the harbor tunnel. and as we check in and take a look at the drive times, 695 will be in great shape as well traveling the lout from 95 up to -- outer loop from 95 up to 83. 11 minute ride and no delays on the west side. # 1 minutes as well on the outer loop from 795 down towards 95. that's a lock at your abc2 timesaver traffic. megan over to you. >>> this morning, students at morgan state university prepare to head back to class after a man was shot on campus. abc2 news' sherrie johnson is live this morning in northeast baltimore with the latest on the investigation and have police found the shooter? i know they've been looking for him. >> reporter: right, police are still looking for the shooter in this case as this investigation continues, yet classes are set to resume in a few hours after being canceled last night because of the shooting. this all happened
and baseball is back in baltimore. the o's atop the a.l. east. a live report this morning of a series coming up in the days to come and the ticket prices you may pay. >> yeah, those ticket prices a big story on this wednesday morning. thanks for joining us, i'm megan pringle alongside lynette charles who's busy with the weather, mike massco filling in with traffic. and it's quiet out there right now. >>reporter: it's quiet. we do have one wreck well north of town. we'll talk about that coming up. charley looks like a kid in a candy store down there at oriole park. >> he does. >>> it's humid. >> it is very humid out there this morning. that tropical feel as we go throughout the day. also a chance for more scattered showers and storms in the forecast. let's break it down for you on maryland's most powerful radar. as of now, mainly dry, but we are seeing some light showers trying to pop up across the area. the heaviest rain, though, over towards the west, if you're headed towards western maryland this morning, around papa, cumberland. we also now have one lone shower north of the city around tow
downtown to fayette street. >>> two men are shot in north baltimore and the police are searching for the gunmen. linda so is live at the police headquarters. what is the latest? >> reporter: the search continues for the suspects and the motive remains uncleared. two men were shot in the arm just before 10:00 last night near north parkway the men are in their 20s and 40s. both victims were shot in the arm. the men were found in a car. but the police say that the shooting did not happen at that election. they believe it happened somewhere else and they drove to that area. and men were taken to near hospitals with non-life threateng injuries. and the search for the suspect continues this morning and the motive is unclear. linda so, "abc 2 news." >>> it is a tough time for people in harford county sheriff's department is preparing for at loss. they're saying good-bye to another sergeant this morning. he died of a heart attack wednesday night. he started feeling the symptoms during the funeral of another colleague who died in a car crash last week. he is survived by a wife and young c
will want to expect delays in downtown baltimore. michael phelps, an event at the inner harbor, free. if you don't have plans, check it out. we have the ravens game tonight. expect a lot of congestion, near mt. >>> ready for monday night football, the ravens play host to the cincinnati bangles at mt bank stadium. kickoff set for 7:00. sherrie johnson has been out talking to fans about their thoughts on the coming game and what are they saying? >>> they are very excited, they are hopeful, excited about the ravens. we are here at dunkin donuts. we have been talking with fans and tonight the ravens host the bangles at 7:00 at mt bank stadium. the ravens are dedicating this season to art model. a former ravens owner and brought football back to baltimore. he will be honored in a pregame ceremony. this year the ravens could face the biggest challenge yet. the ravens will play 8 of 16 games against teams that made the playoffs last year. here is what some of the fans have to say. >> i'm taking my wife to her first ravens game. it's the opening game. she will enjoy all the moments of tonight's gam
. and in july, baltimore county police reported a homicide in the parking lot. neighbors in the parkville community say the bar is a constant problem and in fact, they have written the councilman but never got a response. on sunday night, family, friends and bar patrons gathered to remember jones. >> he loved his job. he loved what he did and loved the people. they were like family to him. >> he made everybody laugh. he it was so comical no matter how sad your day was e. made you laugh-- he made you laugh. >> reporter: abc2 asked the owners of the bar if they can offer surveillance video but couldn't comment. so far they don't have a suspect in this case. tavares jones leaves behind a 4- year-old son and 8-year-old daughter. >>> police are investigating a shooting and death at a house party on the alameda. larelle amos was shot while standing in the front yard on the 4700 block of leaveers court -- leabers cord yesterday morning. they don't believe she was the target but she open -- so far they don't have a motive or suspect. >>> a book that killed osama bin laden will be released tomorr
, no delays but the roads are going to be slick. that will be the case in baltimore county. a live look at the harrisburg expressway, knot way, north of the beltway. an 1 minute ride, traveling southbound from 695, all the way downtown to east fayette street. the beltway, no delays from parkville, up towards towson, the west side, that will remain clear. no problems traveling that outer loop from 795, towards 95, you are looking at an 11 minute ride. meagan, over to you. >>> the chicago teachers strike still on after both sides appeared headed to a resolution at the end of last week, now it turns out, mayor rob emmanuel is appealing to ends the strike. activists are supporting the chicago teachers. sherrie johnson is live this morning with what is happening in our area. >> reporter: a group of activists will be coming out here this afternoon, right here at the intersection of cold spring and falls road in front of western high school. basically, they will hit the picket line, after that, they will have a news conference, talking about their show of support for chicago teachers. they wan
schools -- baltimore city schools today due to the harry and jeanette wineberg undation. they are having a huge event hosting a grand opening of the first of three school libraries. so right now abc2 news sherrie johnson is live with more on what's happening and why this is so exciting. >> reporter: well, yes, we are here live at the thomas johnson elementary middle school and south baltimore where in few hours there's going to be the grand unveiling. not only here at this school but two other schools to make it three new libraries total. and this morning, i have lyanne with me who has two sons one inpre-k and first grade. tell me about what you think about this library project and the fact the schools get the new libraries. >> i think it's incredible. especially for the city where we sometimes feel like we are forgotten the but this is bringing such a positive buzz to the neighborhood. we are getting 4,000 new bucks a pretty shiny new library where the kids can go in and experience learning. >> reporter: what do you think about the wineberg foundationteaming with up community partners t
park foundation. something in the air wick. >>> thanks for staying with us. in baltimore you know the ravens are number one. when it comes to dollars and cents it's all about the dallas cowboys. they beat them all. forbes say the most valuable nfl team at more than $2 billion. redskins came in second. and followed by new england and the ravens, hey, this is nothing to frown about a more than a billion dollars at number 10. the least valued franchise jacksonville jags 770 million. >>> bird of a feather we are starting to flock. cloud nine for the o's and getting ready to get pumped up for the rains. >> and that is great way to honor art modell. we lost him yesterday and we will pay tribute to him saturday. but in the meantime, the season has to go on. we learned that apparently they have dedicated the season to modell and things are getting kicked off right now. linda so live this morning with the cheerleaders and with poe showing off purple pride. hey linda. >> reporter: we are getting the party started here early atcancun cantina. we have the cheer leader and poe joining us -- ch
yesterday, we will get downpours in to the afternoon as well. most of the showers coming in around baltimore, we can zoom in across the area, glen burnie, lake shows, arundel county. sliding to the north, wood lawn, randals town, arbutus, owings mills, you are wet. that will continue throughout the day, our temperatures now coming in the 70s. we are quite muggy, quite mild outside this morning, there is your hour by hour forecast, in to lunchtime, temperature coming in at 83 degrees. now a check of the time saver traffic with mike masco. good morning, everybody. it's about debris on the roadway this morning. one crash to report. let's take you to the maps, falls road, impacted due to a downed tree from overnight storms that moved through, near deep run court. be aware of that this morning. both directions on falls road being affect by the tree down. up towards upper, dover road, an accident, pilesville, 136, shut down, the law is on the scene, due to debris on the roadway. we will slide it south of town, a crash on going, working on this one, green castle road. speeds are reduced. there is
news for you this morning this. is coming out of baltimore city. lauren just mentioned it as a traffic headache if you are traveling in that area. this is also a big news story because six people including a child have been rushed to the hospital this morning following a fire at an apartment building. firefighters right now are battling the flames at 5003 load stone way which is in northeast baltimore. we're told that the fire is on the second and the third floors. again, six people taken to the hospital, including a child. right now we don't know the extent of their injuries, but we are on top of this story. we have a reporter headed to the scene, if she's not there already. stay with us, we'll continue to stay on top of this story, not only on air, but on abc2news.com. >>> police right now calling it a random murder, an nih researcher killed and this happened near his northeast baltimore home. dr. peter marvet, he was found by by his car on monday night, shot multiple times. investigators say he just parked that car and was going home to see his family when this happened. police were
. good morning. >>> good morning, everybody. baltimore city, we will take you to first, we are dealing with an issue, accident tying things up, south washington street. be aware of. that our speed indicaters, 5-10 is miles per hour. it's a slow crawl around the issue. honey go boulevard, silver spring road, speed sensor picking up a shade under 30 miles per hour. issues upper coast, 30 dover, accident because of debris. debris north and west of town this morning. we will look and show you what the situation is. this is looking out towards pretty clear roads. 695, picking up volume as you look towards the west. things are looking normal thus far. another check on traffic coming up. >>> a memoir is going to hit store shelves today. no easy day, a former seal is speaking out about what he says happened. last week it was number one in presales on amazon.com. sherrie johnson is here with more on the story, safe bet to say, military is going to be taking a look at this, making sure no classified information is inside. >> the military is very much posed to the book. -- opposed to the book. th
in july, baltimore county police reported a homicide in that restaurant's parking lot. neighbors in the parkville community say the bar is a constant nuisance and they have writent to councilmen but they have never heard back. police say there's no suspect right now regarding the weekend incident. >>> today a memorial service will be held to honor a local navy seal killed in afghanistan. patrick died last month when his helicopter went down. this happened during a fightwith insurgents. his body will leave the dover air fos base that happens this morning at 8 this morning. and there will be a procession that will end at the george p calis funeral home in edgewater. the body is expected to arrive around 10 this morning. a viewing will be held for him who live in edgewater from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 tuesday night. the funeral is 12:45 on wednesday at fort meyer memorial chapel next to arlington national cemetery where he will be buried at the cemetery after. >>> consumer news. midwest drought is hitting all crops including popcorn. retail prices haveium ped from 20 dal -- jumped from 20
at route 43, you will notice everything is up to speed. no concerns into baltimore city. and as we look at other drive times, the jfx is going to be delay free. that typical 11-minute ride traveling southbound from the beltway to fayette street. 695 no problems to report. on the outer loop from 95 all the way up to 83, that's taking you 11 minutes and you are look at 11 minutes on the west side traveling on the outer loof r loop from 795 to 95. now over to you. >>> 5:33. three weeks there have been 15 burglaries in one small community in anne arundel county. neighbors saying the spree is getting them to put extra locks on their doors. sherry john son has -- sherry johnson has more as -- sherrie johnson has more as police try to catch the burglary. >> reporter: they are investigating with 15 burglaries in three weeks folks in the boulevard park neighborhood are on the lookout. they are off mountain road. peep who live there say it's a quiet and crime free area until now. some of they didn't lock their doors. over the last few weeks things changed. police believe the same person committed
program. and it begins tonight here in baltimore. >> they're first game back on the job will be tonight at m and t bank stadium when the ravens host the cleveland browns. couldn't be better time. those replacement refs would have been on the field had the nfl not reached this tentative agreement. you remember what happened monday night when things came to a boiling point. the replacement refs were under fire for the questionable call that gave the saw hawks the win over the green bay packers. after that call the two sides got serious about negotiations. coaches players and fans have been frustrated with the o -- officiating by the refs. for football fans especially those ravens fans, it couldn't have come sooner. >> that's awesome. i mean, ravens were directly affected in their second game of the season with a loss that was an obvious bad call, even by replay. the defender didn't even turn around to even know where the ball was going and they called a push off on the offensive player and that was not so. >> so the official refs will be back on the field tonight for their first assignmen
are dedicating the season to art model, a former ravens owner and the man who brought football back to baltimore. honored tonight in a pregame ceremony. the ravens could face the biggest challenge, 8 of 16 games, ravens are 27-5 at home during regular season. this is the second best record in the entire nfl. we caught up with some of the ravens fans. here is what they have to say about the game. >> they come out to the first ravens game, it's going to be the opening game. she will enjoy all the moments of tonight's game. >> it's going to be explosive this year. i see joe and tory looking up quite a bit. i think we are going to pass for 4000 yards this year. >> are you excited? >> very excited. this is the year for us. >> all right. as you can sees fans are very excited. kickoff, 7:00 tonight at mt bank stadium. sherrie johnson, abc2 news. >>> 19 people are safe and on solid ground. a boat overturned. the group was on a brag gone boat which sits a number of people. it's a paddle size, oversized canoe. it's not clear why it overturned. >>> if you were supposed to participate in the mudder event in
're looking at 15 minutes to downtown baltimore. take a look at 695, east side clear here, nothing to get in your way has you head up toward towson. >>> many people will probably be hitting the road over the next couple weeks to take in all the sights of the leaves changing. take the smart phone with you. it could be one of your best friends. there's a new app that will find the best places to get a glimpse of the foliage colors. >>> o's fans can support the bird and we are live at camden yards with a preview coming up. >>> thank you for joining us. the orioles are in boston now and the team is asking you to johnson is along for the ride and joins us this morning, dressed to kill. you look like you're in the spirit. >> reporter: i am so ready here. we are right in front of the ticket counter at camden yards, popular place starting tomorrow at 10:00 a.m. to the general public, the o's postseason tickets go on sale online. the orioles encourage fans to buckle up and back the birds in their push for the 2012 postseason. they set up a series of rallies that kick off today. a buckle up team wi
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